European Newspaper Award is a design competition for European newspapers. The competition was founded and is organized by newspaper designer Norbert Küpper from Meerbusch, Germany. He co-operates with the journalist magazines Medium Magazin (Frankfurt), Der Österreichische Journalist (Salzburg), and Schweizer Journalist (Oberuzwil).[1] The first winners were announced in 1999.[1]

In 2013 there were 20 different award categories and the winners would be announced around 15 November.[2]

The following is a list of all winners of the title "European Newspaper of the Year":

1. European Newspaper Award (1999)

2. European Newspaper Award (2000)

3. European Newspaper Award (2001)

4. European Newspaper Award (2002)

5. European Newspaper Award (2003)

6. European Newspaper Award (2004)

7. European Newspaper Award (2005)

8. European Newspaper Award (2006)

9. European Newspaper Award (2007)

10. European Newspaper Award (2008)

11. European Newspaper Award (2009)

12. European Newspaper Award (2010)

12+1. European Newspaper Award (2011)

14. European Newspaper Award (2012)

15. European Newspaper Award (2013)

16. European Newspaper Award (2014)

17. European Newspaper Award (2015)

18. European Newspaper Award (2016)

19. European Newspaper Award (2017)

20. European Newspaper Award (2018)

21. European Newspaper Award (2019)

22. European Newspaper Award (2020)

23. European Newspaper Award (2021)

References

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  7. ^ a b c d "16th European Newspaper Award". Publicitas. 16 November 2014. Archived from the original on 15 February 2015. Retrieved 2 December 2014.
  8. ^ a b c d "17th European Newspaper Award: Main prize winners from Norway, Spain, Belgium and Portugal". Publicitas. 18 November 2015. Retrieved 20 May 2016.